- Mon Sep 26, 2016, 6:21 AM GMT
The Mother Monster returns with new single 'Perfect Illusion' ahead the release of her fifth studio album 'Joanne'.READ MORE
Lady GaGa, who was born Joanne Stefani Germanotta on March 28, 1986 in New York City, showed a strong passion in music since she was a little. She used to sing along her mini plastic tape recorder to Michael Jackson and Cyndi Lauper's hits. There was also a point in her childhood where she turned to sounds performed by The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. By age four, she had taught herself to play piano by ear. When she was a teenager, she penned her first song and played in front of public for the first time during an open mic night at New York's Bitter End with a band she formed.
GaGa's music career was started through a performance in the Lower East Side club scenes. There, she found herself among singers who wrote the same style of songs. Wanting to try something different and unique, she decided to do something provocative in the music scene by being an exhibitionist, theatrical performer. "Everybody did the same s**t, super-boring. I wanted to do something that was original and fresh," she said during an interview.
Rumor has it, the Mother Monster wants her relationship with her co-star in 'A Star Is Born' to be more than professional.READ MORE
Around the same time she premiered the 'Perfect Illusion' music video, the singer stepped out in New York City in a gray crop-top and silver shorts that turned out to be see-through.READ MORE
The Mother Monster loses herself in the dance while performing her song in the middle of the black-clad crowd.READ MORE
Previous report claimed the Mother Monster was officially signed on to perform at next year's Super Bowl halftime show.READ MORE